Article 7

## SCHEDULE 5LOCH SUNART PROTECTED AREA

### PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SUNART PROTECTED AREA

#### Interpretation

1. In Part 1 of this Schedule—

#### Description of the Loch Sunart Protected Area

2. The Loch Sunart Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary Line | Co-ordinates between which the boundary line extends | Topographical description of boundary line |
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1. | A to B | Line following the mean low water spring mark |

2. | B to A | Geodesic line |

### PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SUNART CREEL FISHING EXCEPTED AREA

#### Interpretation

3. In Part 2 of this Schedule—

co-ordinate “C” is 56°40.798′ North latitude and 006°01.803′ West longitude;

co-ordinate “D” is 56°38.316′ North latitude and 005°51.911′ West longitude;

co-ordinate “E” is 56°38.265′ North latitude and 005°51.936′ West longitude; and

co-ordinate “F” is 56°39.030′ North latitude and 006°00.165′ West longitude.

#### Description of the Loch Sunart Creel Fishing Excepted Area

4. The Loch Sunart Creel Fishing Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Sunart Protected Area, including the seabed and the subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary Line | Co-ordinates between which the boundary line extends | Topographical description of boundary line |
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1. | C to D | Line following the mean low water spring mark |

2. | D to E | Geodesic line |

3. | E to F | Line following the mean low water spring mark |

4. | F to C | Geodesic line |